Carlos Montes Adds New Listings To Help Buyers Snap Up Bargains In Calgary Real Estate

Carlos Montes Adds New Listings To Help Buyers Snap Up Bargains In Calgary Real Estate

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Carlos Montes is a professional real estate agent offering the latest and greatest investments in real estate in Calgary, Alberta, Canada, and has updated his website with the best new properties.

Calgary, Alberta, Canada – June 24, 2014 /MarketersMedia/ –

Calgary is the biggest city in Alberta, and supports a huge range of business interests, from energy, finance and technology to film, retail and tourism. Supporting more than a million residents, it is no surprise that property in the area is in high demand, and the best properties are often snapped up by eager investors in no time at all. In a situation such as this, knowing about the latest properties first can result in getting the dream property ahead of the rest, and Carlos Montes has just updated his website with the very latest real estate deals.

The latest Calgary Real Estate Listings at CarlosMontes.com are listed with a guide price, high quality photo gallery, detailed description and the ability to inquire right then and there, or favorite the house to add it to a shortlist of properties. The vital statistics are clearly presented, including number of bedrooms and bathrooms, square footage, and acres of land.

The newest properties section of the website is updated daily to give people the very latest news and updates on the hottest properties on the market, and is the ideal means by which individuals can get ahead of the competition and put in an offer before a bidding war begins to drive prices up.

A spokesperson for Carlos Montes explained, “We keep our finger firmly on the pulse of the Calgary real estate market at all levels, including rural homes, city townhouses, land buys and more. We currently have new properties listed for anywhere from ten thousand dollars to six million, with affordable and economic mobile homes to sweeping castle-esque mansions. Individuals can choose to search the newest properties as thumbnails, as a list or on a map, and can prioritize results by price in order to better match their range. In this way, everyone can find the latest properties on the market to suit their needs and budget. Carlos is well known in the area for his encyclopedic knowledge of the area including properties, schools and communities, so he is perfectly placed to guide people through finding a property and the purchase.”

About Carlos Montes:
Carlos Montes is a Realtor providing professional Calgary Real Estate services in Alberta with CIR Realty and on CarlosMontes.com. Montes has been a Calgary Real Estate Agent since 2004 and loves helping families and individuals find their ideal homes. He is most proud of providing transparent services whereby a client’s interests are his primary concern, and their satisfaction is guaranteed.

For more information about us, please visit http://www.carlosmontes.com/

Contact Info:
Name: Carlos Montes
Email: carlos@carlosmontes.com
Phone: (403) 291-4440
Organization: Carlos Montes Real Estate

Source: http://marketersmedia.com/carlos-montes-adds-new-listings-to-help-buyers-snap-up-bargains-in-calgary-real-estate/52402

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